The Fenway has become a go-to lunch destination in recent years. New restaurants have sprung up among old favorites, cultivating one of Boston’s great neighborhoods full of excellent food and drink choices. Lunch crowds have plenty of options for a relaxing mid-day meal or a quick bite before getting back to work.
It's hard to describe what the Boston Marathon means to this city. We asked one of our fitness entrepreneurs in the Fenway to help explain...
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Mom and Pop-Up has officially wrapped up operations at 1377 Boylston St. The whirlwind project ushered 14 independent businesses from across the Boston area into the heart of the Fenway. Over the course of a month, Mom and Pop-Up hosted 22 events that brought over 2000 people through the doors of a former frozen yogurt shop. From farm stands to boutique retail, the rotating cast of vendors offered a variety of unique takes on their prevailing products.
Space is like the omnipresent silent character in start-up mythology. Dorm rooms, garages, unoccupied classrooms at odd hours of the night…these are the storied incubators of some of tech’s tallest giants. But what happens when it’s time for a start-up to grow up? Does space really matter if you have a great vision and brilliant programmers? If you’re looking for a first space, or a new space, how can you make the best choice for your team?